Gravitational waves were observed for the first time in 2016, confirming Einstein’s theory.
Energy Department competition supports student entrepreneurs and helps spur development of new clean energy technologies.
We recently released the second episode of Direct Current, our new Energy.gov podcast. Check out our newly proposed energy units -- burritos, Mt. Rushmore, a New York Minute and the Moon Landing!
How the Department of Energy is investing in the future of clean energy innovation at our National Labs and around the world.
Scientists at the National Labs may have found a cheaper, lighter more efficient replacement for silicon in computer chips.
The LCLS-II at SLAC Lab is the latest record-breaking scientific research tool from the National Labs.
Latest institute can help manufacturers better design, measure, predict and control all aspects of the manufacturing process.
Magnetic levitation, or maglev, trains can trace their roots to technology developed at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Teams playing in the Stanley Cup Final this weekend are leading the way when it comes to saving energy and protecting the planet.
Biofuels have huge potential as a low-carbon alternative to fossil fuels for transportation. ARPA-E's TERRA program is creating cutting-edge robots and data tools to make selecting the best bioenergy crops faster, cheaper and easier than ever.
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